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I have a 4430 John Deere that i just purchased. The engine oil cooler is leaking pretty bad around the oil tubes where the tubes go into the angle piece bolted to the block. It appears to be 4 orings 2 on top and 2 on bottom of the tubes. Can I just take that angled piece off and pull tubes out or do I have to unbolt the cooler?
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The cooler and angled piece both need to come off together. Then you can separate the tubes and replace orings.
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Before removing the oil cooler, drain the coolant from the engine, remove the cooler. the gaskets are usually a little tough to scrape.
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